Ghana is a lovely country with several genre of music but highlife is undoubtedly the foundation of Ghanaian musics. Of course some songs and musicians are studied in schools in Ghana but hardly do you hear that a song sang by a particular a young artiste is studied in a particular University.
Fortunately, a popular song written and sang by one of Ghana's most loved artiste is to be studied in a very prestigious University in Ghana. The song is titled "Things Fall Apart" and it was written by highlife artiste Kofi Kinaata.
Kofi Kinaata's song Things Fall Apart is a very popular song in Ghana. The song is undoubtedly one of the songs that is still played in most homes, workplaces and even some churches in the country. Currently, the song is to be taught in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) a university situated in the Ashanti region.
Kofi Kinaata on Friday morning took to his Facebook account to post the information and where he got the information. Below are the pictures of the information he posted.
In the post it was revealed that, the English Department of KNUST will be teaching "things fall apart" in the level 200.
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